Shanghai Railway Station is often referred to as the 'New Passenger Station' to distinguish it from the old North Railway Station.
Shanghai has two international airports which are about 40 km apart: Pudong International Airport and Hongqiao International Airport.
With three large berths, Shanghai Port International Cruise Terminal is the world's first cruise terminal to pass LRQA ISO 9001 Certification.
Shanghai Wusongkou International Cruise Terminal was previously known as Baoshan Cruise Terminal and is located in Baoshan district.
Car rental companies have their locations at airports and railway stations and in downtown area.
As many bridges, tunnels, and subways are built, people have much more choices when traveling across the Huangpu River.
Taxis in Shanghai are plentiful and market competition has driven taxi fare down to affordable prices for the average resident.
Shanghai City Sightseeing Bus offers visitors to the city a convenient hop on, hop off service that takes in all the major tourist destinations in the city.
Shanghai has an extensive public transport system, largely based on buses, taxis, and a rapidly expanding metro system.